Tanzania: Police Must Investigate Death of Human Rights Defender in Mara

Joint press statement from the East and Horn of Africa Human Rights Defenders Network and our member, the Tanzania Human Rights Defenders Coalition, calling for full police investigations into the death of Eustace Nyarugenda.
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Mr Nyarugenda, the executive director of the Action Based Community Foundation which campaigns against female genital mutilation and domestic violence, was found dead in suspicious circumstances on 4 December 2012 in Bunda district, Tanzania.
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EHAHRDP expresses its deep condolences to the deceased’s family.
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Human Rights Defender of the month: Veronica Almedom

Veronica Almedom is a poster child of successful immigration. A duo Eritrean and Swiss citizen, she was born in Italy, and grew up in Switzerland where she permanently resides. Her parents are some of the earliest victims of Eritrea’s cycles of violence. When Eritrea’s war of independence peaked in the early 1980s, they escaped the country as unaccompanied minors, wandering through Sudan, Saudi Arabia, before making the hazard journey across the Mediterranean into Europe. There, they crossed first to Italy, and finally, to Switzerland, where they settled first as refugees, and later, as permanent residents.